A group of contact sheets has been reconfigured by the artist so that each row contains one image from "The Americans." It's the core of this show and a complement to the Met's current exhibition on Frank's groundbreaking book.
A ten-picture sequence, shot from New York bus windows in 1958, provides another example of Frank's unerring eye for the passing scene. But the other work here gives viewers an idea of how radically his approach has changed in the years since.
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